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Public Art & Green Spaces

Spend A Lazy Summer Day In A Hammock On Governors Island

We’ve entered the dog days of summer, those characterized by hot weather, muggy air and a general distaste for any sort of movement whatsoever....

An Artist’s Perspective On Life’s Future In A Post-Pandemic World

Walking through the corridors of The Oculus almost feels like exploring a modern art museum: the bright, spacious halls guide you around in a way...

Art On The Ave NYC Seeks Applicants For Fall Lower Manhattan Exhibit

Storefront art exhibits have been gaining traction around Manhattan for good reason: They beautify the streets, expose locals and visitors alike to...

MvVO’s Ad Art Show Is Taking Over The Oculus For The Month Of May

When the MvVo Ad Art Show launched in 2018, its main goals were to amplify creative voices working in advertising and marketing industries, as well...

Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza Is Now Open For Your Springtime Outdoor Enjoyment

The sun is (mostly) shining, the birds are chirping and the great outdoors are begging you to put your laptop away and take in the now-sprouting...

Celebrate The Return Of Rooftop Season With A Mini-Lawn At Pier 17

At last, it’s the best time in New York — rooftop season. Drinks, sunsets and stellar views of the city are on the horizon.To celebrate, Pier 17...

Governors Island To Bring Back Glamping, Exhibitions and The Jazz Age Lawn Party

Some spring reopening news we can get behind: Mayor de Blasio announced that Governors Island will reopen for visitors starting May 1, and that in...

See Brooklyn Artist Rashid Johnson’s Largest Mural To Date At Brookfield Place

Rashid Johnson is a multidisciplinary Brooklyn artist known for incorporating aspects of Black intellectual and cultural identity in his art. In the...

A Guide To Lower Manhattan’s 2021 Light Installations

Winter’s darkness is much less acute in Lower Manhattan, where you can bask in a whole bunch of colorful, intricate, eye-popping light...

A Walkable Guide On Public Art

The walkable square mile south of Chambers Street is, in fact, a grand, open-air museum, with dozens of permanent and temporary installations of...